Tom Robinson plays his unique mix including BBC Introducing tracks.
Tom Robinson is joined by Ray Davies of the Kinks, who talks about his songwriting.
Tom Robinson is joined by Seb Rochford of Polar Bear, who curates The After-Hour.
Tom Robinson has a session from Glasgow-based musician Jonnie Common.
Tom has a session from Tyne and Wear trio Little Comets.
Tom Robinson talks to Benji Rogers of internet-based funding platform PledgeMusic.
Tom presents a sideways look at Valentine's Day with Ian from the Go! Team.
Tom has a session from Mercury Prize-nominee and traditional music specialist Sam Lee.
Tom Robinson is joined by Ghostpoet for chat about the 6 Music Festival.
Tom Robinson talks to iconic minimalist composer Steve Reich about his career.
Tom chats to duo India Electric Company ahead of the release of their debut album.
Tom presents his unique mix of music including BBC Introducing tracks.
Tom Robinson chats to Tom Williams, frontman of Tom Williams and the Boat.
Tom Robinson picks the best BBC Introducing sessions and interviews from 2014.
Jason from Sleaford Mods joins Tom and curates the After-Hour, the final hour of the show.
Inimitable Icelandic electronic outfit GusGus join Tom for a chat.
Tom chats to Rachel Goswell of Slowdive, who reformed earlier in 2014.
Tom presents his unique mix of music, including BBC Introducing tracks and chat.
Tom Robinson chats to Derry singer-songwriter Soak, aka Bridie Monds-Watson.
Tom Robinson talks to Irish folk-rock singer Luka Bloom about his new album and tour.
Matt Black from Coldcut curates the After-Hour in the final hour of the show.
Tom talks to Jack and George of London-based art-rock trio These New Puritans.
Tom chats to Yorkshire folk duo O'Hooley & Tidow about their third album, The Hum.
Tom chats to enigmatic Dexys frontman Kevin Rowland.
Tom Robinson chats to William Doyle, aka electronic musician East India Youth.
Tom chats to Wolverhampton singer-songwriter Scott Matthews.
Tom Robinson talks to Swiss musician, conceptual artist and industrialist Dieter Meier.
Tom Robinson has a BBC Introducing session from Northern Irish act Best Boy Grip.
Tom chats to music industry manager Simon Napier-Bell.